Students accused and found culpable for possession and use of hard drugs and Indian hemp are to be issued final warning and their study is to be converted from full time to ‘Flexible mode of Study’. Ordinarily, students in this category deserve expulsion from the University. However, on compassionate grounds, students in 300 and 400 levels of studentship are allowed to continue their studies on modular basis outside the campus.
  1. They will henceforth be given access to the University’s teaching and learning resources for their private study.
  2. They shall not be permitted to enter the campus during the normal session for other students. They will come to campus only during holiday periods and they shall attend classes for limited specified periods during which they shall write their semester examinations.
  3. Conversion of their status to flexible mode goes along with the issuance of final warning which means that if found guilty of further misdemeanour against the laws of the University, they will be summarily expelled from the University.
  4. The University identifies that drug addiction problems will require a prolonged period of medical and psychological rehabilitation for the victims and so they are better to remain at home under their parents and guardians who shall avail them the necessary rehabilitation programme as well as spiritual therapy.
  5. For the avoidance of doubt, ACU will not harbour hemp smokers among the normal students in order to prevent them from negatively influencing and endangering the peace and well-being of other law abiding students.
  6. They will pay the normal tuition fee, but different hostel fees whenever they come for their lectures on the campus.
The following Students fall under this category:
1.Adeniji Adesola14S05/037MEconomics/ 300
2.Iro-omo Adeoye Femi11N02/016MComp. Sci/ 300
3.Okan Kelvin Odiri14S05/025MEconomics/ 300
4.Omopariola Olabanji12S05/022MEconomics/ 400
5.Dosunmu Grace13S01/037FAccounting/ 300
6.Okorie Chidi13S01/033MAccounting/ 400
7.Oludoyi Tunde Francis12S05/020MEconomics/ 400
8.Raji Sadiq11S04/020MBus. Admin./ 400
9.Otigba Buchi14S05/038MEconomics/ 300
10.Dibor Kandibe12S06/016MMass Comm./ 400
11.Ugwokegbe TochukwuACU201500MEconomics/ 100
12.Okoli Clinton13S04/014MBus. Admin./ 300
13.Ikudabo OluwatobilobaSP20140923MMass Comm./ 300
14.Olaolu Opeyemi13S04/021MBus. Admin./ 300
15.Odewale Akinbobola13N04/016MComp. Sci./ 400
16.Shagba Michael11S04/011MBus. Admin./ 400


Students found culpable of possession and use of hard drugs including Indian hemp ordinarily deserve to be expelled. Those at 100 and 200 levels of studentship are in the early stages of their degree programmes; and so, the University cannot accommodate them under the flexible mode of study status. Rather, they are sent home for one session in order to enable their parents and guardians to put them through programmes of rehabilitation as earlier stated above.
These students can resume in the University after one (1) session and must bring along:
  1. Certificate of medical fitness from a recognized government hospital.
  2. A letter of undertaking by their parents to be law abiding and of good behaviour.
Suspended students must not be found within the vicinity of the campus; hence, they will be summarily expelled.
It must be noted that these students have been given final warning; meaning that, if they commit any further offence, they will be summarily expelled.
The following students fall under this category:
1.Inyang Ekong Ubongabasi15S06/004MMicrobiology/ 100
2.Kola AweACU20150284MEconomics/ 300
3.Ogundana FrancisACU20150347MMicrobiology/ 100
4.Ukoh Paul Godwin15S04/027MBus. Admin./ 100
5.Vovwe Eghujovbo15S05/023MEconomics/ 100
6.Badejo Moyosore14S01/008MBus. Admin./ 200
7.Uwokori Emmanuel Ovihri11S04/062MBus. Admin./ 200
8.Akinbobola Tayo Femi15N06/007MMicrobiology/ 100
9.Orji ElvisSP20150624MComp. Sci/ 100
10.Allswell Ikechukwu14N02/033MPhy. Sci./ 200
11.Popoola Temiloluwa15S06/016MMass Comm./ 100
12.Ogundana JeremiahMBio. Sci/ 100
13.Udeala Prosper13N05/011MGeology/ 200


Some students, particularly those found guilty of fighting and scaling the fence have been given final warning. Students in this category can resume at the next session but must bear in mind that if they are found guilty of any other offence, they will be summarily dismissed from the University.
Management of Ajayi Crowther University is determined to live up to its expectation as a Christian faith-based institution with zero tolerance to violation of its laws and ethics. Henceforth, disciplinary cases would be tried immediately by the Students Disciplinary Committee and sentences expeditiously pronounced and implemented.
Parents, guardians and students should beware; and are all called upon to support the University in its drive in raising godly intellectuals.
The following students fall under this category:
1.Ademola Babade14S04/024MBus. Admin./ 200
2.Ekpeyong Emmanuel15L01/118MLaw/ 100To refund stolen money
3.Emmanuel Olobaniyi14N05/010MEarth Sci./ 200
4.Folorunso Samson13S06/048MCMS/ 300
5.Kayode Akande15S06/023MCMS/ 300
6.Odeleke TayoSP20150376FComp. Sci/ 100
7.Odewade Akinbobola13N04/016MComp. Sci/ 400
8.Oladele Oladimeji Agboola11N04/019MComp. Sci/ 100
9.Osipitan Olaoluwa15S06/049MCMS/ 100
10.Otiede KaroACU20150368MComp. Sci/ 100
11.Soremi Olufunso14S06/010MCMS/ 300
12.Umukoro RonneSP20150227MComp. Sci/ 100
13.Ajeyalemi Adebola14S01/056MAccounting & Fin./ 300
14.Lawal Temitope15H02/014FHistory/ 200
15.Olanrewaju Tunde15H02/003MHistory/ 100
16.Awwal Ayuba15S04/002MBus. Admin./ 200
17.Bayejo JeremiahSP20150313MBio. Sci/ 100
18.Odior Eugene12S05/014MEconomics/ 400
19.Amaechi Chukwuebuka14S06/012MMass Comm./ 200
20.Chima Ukama15S05/022FEconomics/ 100To refundN160,000


Students in this category are strongly warned to desist from further acts of misbehaviour, otherwise; they will receive tougher sanctions.
The following students fall under this category:
1.Abidemi Ogunse13H01/006FEnglish/ 300
2.Adejuyigbe Dolapo15N06/001FMicrobiology/ 100To pay 40% of hearing aid
3.Segun Adeleke12N06/001MMicrobiology/ 400
4.Obinna Nwosu13S05/022MPhysical Sci./ 400
5.Noah Charles15S05/024MEconomics/ 100
6.Tajudeen AbdulhadiSP20150403MEconomics/ 100